Coronavirus (COVID-19)

April 20th 2021 Update

Hello to all dear athletes,

Endurance and adventure sports athletes and event planners are known to be tough, resilient and always ready to adapt to change.

The last year will undoubtedly have tested our endurance and our sense of adaptation! If there is a positive point to the Covid, it is that we see that the practice of outdoor sport has increased across Canada.

As you probably know, the government is extending the current measures at least until June 24. We have therefore made the decision to postpone the event to October 3, 2021 for the XTRI and to October 2, 2021 for the Sprint.

This change will have the advantage of allowing everyone to enjoy the spectacular colors of autumn and of course, it will be a bit more chilly as in any good Xtri! It will therefore be important to prepare yourself for all conditions!

We are aware that there is no unanimous decision, but the situation requires exceptional measures on our part in accordance with government directives, because the first issue is obviously everyone’s safety.

Some numbers and statistics in the Mégantic region at the beginning of October

Average temperature for the Lac-Mégantic region:

Maximum temperature: 16 ° C
Minimum temperature: 4 ° C
Average temperature: 13.9 ° C
Temperature at the top of Mont-Mégantic: Cold !!

Don’t forget your tuque and warm clothes!

The Canada Man / Woman is a great human and sporting adventure out of the ordinary for athletes, assistants and their families. Thank you to all of you, athletes, partners and volunteers who are ready to adapt, even if it is not always easy, to make the event possible this fall.

We are all looking ahead and aiming for the summit of Mont-Mégantic with you!

The Canada Man/Woman Team

April 15th 2020 Update

Hello to all participants of the Canada Man / Woman of Lac-Mégantic 2020.

First, we very much hope that you are doing well in the current situation.

We took out time to write to you because the situation changed very quickly and almost daily.

We have been working hard over the last few weeks to try and come to the best decision for the athletes, the volunteers, the suppliers and of course the local community. We have made the decision to postpone the event to 2021, from July 3 to 6, 2021.

Note that your registration is automatically renewed for 2021 and that no action on your part is required.

We are aware that there is no unanimous decision, but the situation requires exceptional measures on our part in accordance with government directives, because the first issue is obviously everyone’s safety.

The organization would like to thank you, the athletes, for your support, and would also like to thank all the partners who are ready to adapt (even if it is not easy!) to make logistically possible the postponement of this event.

We wish you, despite the circumstances, a great summer that will allow you to do your favorite sports!

The Canada Man/Woman Team

P.S. If you have personal stories of adventures, training or others, do not hesitate to send them to us so we can share them on our social networks!

March 24th 2020 Update

Hello to all participants of the CanadaMan / Woman of Lac-Mégantic 2020.

First, we would like to offer our moral support to all our friends who live this situation across the planet. The world of triathlon and endurance sport is a big family and we are very touched by the situation that affects us all.

The current situation goes way beyond triathlon, sport and competition. It is the greatest challenge that our world has known since WWII. We have to be united and help each other.

It is in this context that we are writing to update you on Canada Man / Woman 2020. We are monitoring the situation closely, which is changing rapidly and daily.

We will communicate with all participants by email on April 17 to update us on the situation.

Know that we are actively working on different alternatives in order to be able to hold a safe event for everyone.

We very much hope that you will be able to play outside despite the situation! For those who are in confinement, here is the latest film produced by Endurance Aventure to change your mind!

All together, let’s fight this virus and keep our distances!

The Canada Man/Woman team

Atarim

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